This month’s question: “What are your writing goals for the new year?”
My writing life is so out of sync at the moment as I’m searching for some way to get back into a routine of some sort. So far, nothing is working.
Hubby was furloughed when the federal government shutdown on December 21st (well, technically it’s only a partial shutdown, but still) which means he’s been home 24/7 since. I have the only computer in the house, and of course, he’s been monopolizing all my free time on it to keep up with the news as well as other things. I might be able to get on for maybe 30 minutes each day, not nearly enough time to do much of any real writing. The rest of my time has been spent juggling bills when we have no income coming in, and “spring” cleaning. He thinks that my sitting at the desk for several hours each day is a sign of my being lazy.
Yeah, I have a husband who really doesn’t get me as a writer, but I forgive him for this. Still, it doesn’t make it any easier.
Okay, my rant time is over.
I gave up on setting resolutions as I’ve never really been successful with them. Instead, I prefer to set goals. For 2019 I do have a few goals I hope to attain:
- Take at least one writing workshop (poetry especially)
- Finish Draft One for novels: The Hidden Avalon, Terror From the Deep, and Hope Falls
- Write every day (min. word count: 250)
I believe these to be quite reasonable with ample room to add more goals if I wish.
What about you? What are your writing goals for this year?